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Events : Festival Latino in Columbus (June 17-18, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/20 0:00:00 (1335 reads)



What a Festival! The organizers of the Columbus Festival Latino did again, as every year, a terrific job in putting this event together!

Presented by American Family Insurance, it was a great way to celebrate Latino culture, art, music, and cuisine.

Pictures from the Festival are on the Web (click here).

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Business : Columbus Mayor invites MidwestLatino to a reception (June 18, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/19 23:40:00 (1360 reads)



In recognition of the work being done by MidwestLatino, Mayor of Columbus, Michael Coleman, invited MidwestLatino to participate in a reception honoring Ohio's Latino Community. The reception took place last Saturday, June 18, during the Columbus Festival Latino. From Cincinnati, also invited was La Verdad Marketing.

In 2006 Mayor Coleman will be running for Governor of Ohio.

The pictures from the reception are on the Web (click here).

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Business : Ohio Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs Meeting (June 17, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/19 22:47:28 (1318 reads)



The Ohio Commision on Hispanic/Latino Affairs had a meeting this Friday, June 17, 2005 in Columbus.

Pictures from this meeting are on the Web (click here).

The Commission on Hispanic/Latino Affairs provides leadership in addressing issues concerning Hispanic/Latino Ohioans. The Commission serves as a liaison between government and the Hispanic/Latino community in Ohio and advocates the development and implementation of policies and programs to address the needs of the Hispanic/Latino Ohioans, especially but not limited to education, employment, economic development, health and housing.

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Events : "Tango Flamenco" Show in Dayton, OH (June 22)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/17 3:00:00 (4119 reads)

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Tango Flamenco is a fusion of Flamenco and classical Spanish dance, set to the stirring sounds of original Argentine tango music played live by musicians on stage. Imagine 24 internationally acclaimed artists articulating the beautiful language of flamenco, tango and Spanish dance. The "love child" of Talent Danza Ballet Espanol and the contemporary tango group Ensemble Nuevo Tango, Tango Flamenco is a must see this summer!

Performed at the Schuster Center in Dayton, OH. To purchase tickets, click here...

MidwestLatino was giving away free tickets. The winners are (2 tickets each) :

Beatriz Guzman
Jennifer Huang
Joan Morgan
Emely Mejia
Gabriela Wong

See more about about the show (Click here...)

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Community : Community Action Agency held 6th Annual Legislative Breakfast (June 15th, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/17 0:50:00 (1388 reads)

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June 15, 2005

COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY HOLDS 6TH ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE BREAKFAST

The Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency, CAA, held its 6th annual legislative breakfast on June 3, 2005 at the Vernon Manor Hotel.

The annual breakfast gives CAA the opportunity to share its successes and to inform elected officials about its exciting new initiatives. Elected officials, or their representatives, from the federal, state, county and city levels of government were represented.

CAA Board member, Mr. V. Anthony Simms-Howell encouraged our elected officials to support the agency on two major legislative issues:

1) Support the reauthorization of the Community Service Block Grant, CSBG, of $636.6 million for fiscal year 2006. The agency’s CSBG budget is $1.7 million.

2) Support the reauthorization of Head Start at the current funding level and reject any proposal to dismantle and/or reduce its current performance standard requirements.

“We help make things happen” is the vision statement of the CAA; and the agency has been doing just that for 40 years. CAA is the second oldest in the nation serving 25,000 low-income individuals and families each year. Through its Community Services, Head Start, and Weatherization programs the agency has a holistic and integrated approach to help the region low-to moderate-income residents empower themselves and become self-sufficient. This is the core to the mission and key to its success.

Gwen L. Robinson is the President/CEO and Mr. Mark B. Lawson, Esq. is the Board Chair. For further information about the agency and its services, please contact www.cincy-caa.org.

Contact: Donald Washington
(513) 569-1840 Ext. 1021
dwashington@cincy-caa.org

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Community : SUMA Fatherhood Project Celebration (June 16, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/16 21:30:00 (1451 reads)

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SUMA is a United Way Agency, with the goal to provide pregnant and parenting teen mothers and young fathers with comprehensive case management services to assist them in becoming effective, nurturing parents.

For the past six years, the SUMA Fatherhood Project has been working with, listening to, educating and supporting fathers through their confusion, hurts, obstacles and challenges to being the type of fathers they want to be.

On June 16th, it was time for the "Father of the Year" celebration, acknowledging graduates from the program, as well as companies and individuals supporting this project and the community.

Pictures from this celebration are on the Web (click here)

The Fatherhood Project is located at 1007 E. McMillan Ave in Cincinnati. Phone: 513-487-7862.

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Community : Latino Connection Meeting, Dayton, OH (June 16, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/16 13:00:00 (1892 reads)

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Dayton's "Latino Connection" met today in its monthly meeting. Among the topics discussed was the recent visit of Mexican consulate to issue "Matricula consular" to Mexican citizens living in the Dayton area.

Mike Robinson from LaVerdad Marketing informed about upcoming seminar in Dayton on "Understanding Hispanic Market".

Pictures from the meeting are on the Web (click here)

You can learn more about the "Latino Connection" and its co-founder, Carolina Silva, from this article in PDF format (click here...)

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Business : No se vayan, que esto se pone bueno..!
Posted by admin on 2005/6/15 0:00:00 (1283 reads)

As of Sunday, June 12th, “Radio En Español” will have its second season on 1230AM, from 5 to 11pm. Congratulations to the TSJNews!

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Business : "Banking Services For Latinos" Seminar (June 23, Dayton, OH)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/14 13:30:00 (1168 reads)

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Speaker Series of the Greater Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

* Learn how to provide banking services for your Hispanic employees

* Hispanic Entrepreneurs: Find out how to meet your business banking needs

Presenter: Mayola Taylor, US Bank

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Events : Pictures from Salsa @ Mad Frog: June 13, 2005
Posted by admin on 2005/6/14 11:10:14 (1196 reads)



Pictures from the June 13 Salsa with Tropicoso @ Cincinnati's hottest Latino spot - "The Mad Frog", are on the Web (click here)

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Community : Sasha Rionda: the Sexiest Female News Anchor in Cincinnati
Posted by admin on 2005/6/13 16:50:00 (3734 reads)

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Congratulations to Sasha Rionda from "Nuestro Rincon" who according to a Web poll at Blue Chip Review is the "Sexiest Female News Anchor in Cincinnati".

But Sasha is way more than just the looks! Her dedication to the Latino community, her involvement, and her help is appreciated by all. You can see her in many different events, festivals, or concerts - reporting live from them and making us all aware of what is happening in the Tri-State's Latino community.

And she is a wonderful role model for young Latinas in the Tri-State area, showing that hard work and dedication pay off!

See the final results of the Web poll.

Please read an earlier interview with Sasha (click here)

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Business : Corporations Unite to Raise Awareness about Hispanic Consumers
Posted by admin on 2005/6/12 19:00:00 (1175 reads)

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CINCINNATI, OHIO (June 1, 2005) - Corporate giants such as PR Newswire, Owens Corning, MetLife, and Fifth Third Bank join LaVERDAD Marketing and Media, a nationally respected Hispanic marketing and research agency, in a campaign to raise corporate and community awareness regarding the needs and business opportunities that exist with the Hispanic market.

LaVERDAD President and CEO Mike Robinson announced today the first wave of sponsors, which include respected names such as MetLife, PR Newswire, Owens Corning, United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, Fifth Third Bank, the Dayton (Ohio) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, University of Cincinnati, LULAC, BRAVO Magazine, Port Authority of Toledo, MidwestLatino.com, and The Spanish Journal. LaVERDAD expects more sponsors to join the campaign.

The full-day program, “Understanding the Hispanic Market: Business Opportunity or Matter of Survival?” will launch June 24 in Dayton, Ohio at the MetLife campus located at 9797 Springboro Pike in Miamisburg, Ohio.

The 11-city, five-state tour will visit Dayton (June 24), Toledo (July 13), Cleveland (July 14), Columbus (July 19), Indianapolis (Aug. 2), Pittsburgh (Sept. 13), Akron (Sept. 13), Lorain (Sept. 15), Cincinnati (Oct. 4), and Louisville (Oct. 5), before concluding in Detroit on Oct. 12.

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Community : Kermesse Latino Festival (June 11-12)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/12 14:30:00 (2331 reads)



The Third Annual Kermesse Latino Festival, this year in its new location in Centro de Amistad in Erlanger, was a great success! The weather cooperated, and the visitors enjoyed variety of Latino food, music, games, dancing, and fun.

Pictures from the Kermesse Latino Festival are on the Web (click here)

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Education : NKU Latino/Multicultural Science Camp (June 6-10, 2005)
Posted by admin on 2005/6/10 23:40:00 (1248 reads)

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To encourage interest in the science among a growing Greater Cincinnati Latino population, Dr. Miriam Kannan, Biology Professor at NKU, and Leo Calderon, Director of NKU's Latino Student Affairs, have organized in 2004 the first Latino/Multicultural Science Camp for local high school students.

In 2005 several local high school students attended the science camp. The class was quite diverse, it included students from Williamtown H.S.; Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies; Saint Ursula Academy; Withrow International H.S.; East Lakota H.S.; Amelia H.S.; a French student; Covington Catholic H.S.

The students learned about astronomy, chemistry, physics, biology and genetics.

Pictures from the 2005 NKU Science Camp are on the Web (click here)

Based on the success of the program, plans are already on the way for the 2006 Science Camp...

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Events : Salsa RUEDA Lessons with Patricia Paz @ La Tradicion
Posted by admin on 2005/6/9 4:20:00 (1414 reads)

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Pictures from the first Rueda lesson on June 9th are on the Web (click here)

After recent Salsa Rueda workshop with Rosa Collantes, the Rueda lessons will continue every Thursday in La Tradicion with Patricia Paz. (click here for more info...)

From June 16 till July 7th there will be a FREE intro to Rueda: from 7:00-8pm.

And after the lessons - a Cuban Fiesta till 2 AM

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